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Pool Area Name: Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis
Number of Pools: 3
Number of Hot Tubs: 2
The Temple Pool is a circular 10,000 sq. ft. pool.
The Neptune Pool is a 5,000 sq.ft. rectangular, heated pool. This pool is perfect for laps.
The Venus Pool offers European sunbathing (topless), along with high-end luxuries such as frozen towels, luxury cabanas, over-sized chaise lounges, air-conditioned bars, face spritzers filled with Evian water, massages, mobile bars, and a special pool menu. Unlike most lively pool areas and parties, Venus offers a tranquil little piece of heaven.
The Apollo Pool provides maximum sun exposure and is surrounded by 5 cabanas and 7 canopied day beds.
The Fortuna Pool has swim-up blackjack
The Jupiter Pool is a relaxing out-of-the-way pool
Neptune has 3 new cabanas. Venus has 12 cabanas.
For reservations, contact the Leisure Concierge at (702) 731-7266.
Prices: $10.00 per day
*All prices, hours, and dates subject to change, check with the hotel.
User Reviews for Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
It was advertised to the locals for public use...
The male at the gate was very rude... saying I had to be in Beach attire..... I had shorts and t-shirt... told him my swim trunks were under the clothes... any way very very rude.. so I left...
there are more friendly topless pools in vegas..
esp the Mandaly Bay... Very Cool...
1. Caesars has sublet the operation of the Venus Pool to Pure. This is the see and be seen Caesars nightclub for young adults. A $30 for men, $20 women, entry fee, disc jockey blasting "techno" music, a snotty 20 something attendant at the entrance trying to give the place a phony air of exclusivity...we were offended to say the least.
2. At the south end of the Temple Pool a rediculously loud, and not very good, pop rock band blasted any hope of relaxation from the air. The sound was inescapable from any location around any other pool area. The entire area was jammed with little kids screaming at the top of their lungs, there were floating snot loogies in the water, a fat little kid obviously pissing in the water... not my choice of places to relax. By the way, drink prices are stupid. I'd pay them if that was the hook at what was once a great pool experience, but not for this joke. The pool attendant at the towel desk was the only good point, but even his excellent service couldn't make up for the rest. We'll stay and swim elsewhere.